While Tyus Jones and Jahlil Okafor were seen by many as the most noteworthy members of Duke’s 2014 recruiting class, fellow freshmen Justise Winslow and Grayson Allen don’t lack for talent either. And in the case of Winslow, his versatility and work on the defensive end of the floor are two reasons why he’s emerged as one of Duke’s most important players at this early juncture in the season.
And Winslow’s a very good athlete as well, as evidenced in the Vine clip below. Winslow attempts to block a Chasson Randle shot attempt in Saturday’s Coaches vs. Cancer title game, clearing the 6-foot-2 guard in the process. Randle was fouled on the play (not by Winslow), but that leap by the freshman is impressive.
Vine credit: Connor Nolte